The Fine Arts major is dedicated to providing students with both traditional and modern skills as they address established and contemporary concepts in a studio setting under the guidance and mentorship of professional artists. Course offerings include in-depth study in diverse painting and drawing media, sculpture in wood, ceramics, fiber and mixed media, indoor and outdoor installation, a variety of printmaking techniques, mural, stained glass, and a senior portfolio class.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students who complete the Fine Arts (FNAR) major will:
Create original, expressive works of art based on comprehension of visual communication
Demonstrate technical skills and critical thinking ability
Acquire professional skills relevant to prepare for appropriate career pathways
Articulate the critical role that artists use in developing positive social change through visual presentation of their work
Analyze a broad range of works of visual art and architecture in their historical and cultural contexts